IN GOD WE TRUST (interior)
Mounted on the back of the door are copies of two photos. One is of the sculpture, Pieta, by Michelangelo. The other is that of an Iraqi man wearing a turban who is holding the same pose as the veiled Mary. In the man’s arms, draped like the slain Jesus, is a young girl whose feet have been blown off during the bombing of war.
The inside of the box has a back drop of a Madonna-like figure. A cross is pasted over her heart to look like a pendant from a necklace, a sign of high moral values. The cross is actually a photo taken from Time magazine of an American soldier’s grave. In front of the grave lies the plastic soldier. He is shown to be dead and lying on grass of green money.
The inscription on U.S. currency reads: In God We Trust.